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Supernova Spectra

  • Massimo Turatto (a1)

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In this paper are summarized the main advances of the last years in the field of SN spectra . The arguments against a monodimensional sequence for SNIa are discussed as well as the efforts to improve the temporal and spectral coverage of this kind of SNe, with the aim to understand the physics of the explosions for their use as cosmological distance indicators. Although variety is the main character of core-collapse SNe, we have been recently surprised by both exceptionally under and over-energetic explosions. The main properties of these two extreme subclasses are here reviewed.

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